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#Thursdaypremiere w. 22

A violent and criminal future, to find strength in each other when people call you "freak", to get out of a moral and marital crisis, and to be a spy because of their talents – this is just a selection from the exciting content from this week’s films!

A violent and criminal future, to find strength in each other when people call you "freak", to get out of a moral and marital crisis, and to be a spy because of their talents – this is just a selection from the exciting content from this week’s films!

Matt and Jill are considered "freaks" by their classmates, but they find strength in each other and their relationship. But when Jill moves to start the university everything changes and their love is put to a test, because what happens when the conditions change? In the romantic comedy Some freaks you get the answer.

Even in Michelangelo Antonioni's masterpiece La Notte from 1961, which is a prized study of moral decay and marital crisis, we really get to take part in love that is being tested.

The preschool teacher Lisa gets a necessary awakening from her boring everyday life when she discovers that 5-year-old Jimmy is a poetic genius in the film The kindergarten teacher. But how far can you go without it’s becoming an obsession?

The Catcher Was A Spy is based on the true story of the baseball player Moe Berg who was recruited to spy on the building of a nuclear bomb in the 1940s.

Hotel Artemis is a sci-fi drama set in Los Angeles in 2028, where crime is sky-high and a secret private hospital, with the alcoholic nurse's sister Thomas in the lead, saves the lives of the city's most criminal. There are a few rules, no weapons, do not offend the staff and do not kill the other patients.

In the documentary Breaking Habits we get to know another sister, in a different reality. Sister Kate is the founder of a marijuana plantation in California. She and her co-sisters grow to make medicine to people in need, but not everyone sees this as a good job and they are threatened by both local police and drug cartels.


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